Learn how to make cocktails from fresh, local ingredients

JACKSON, Wyo. — Slow Food in the Tetons concludes its Six Weeks of Slow Food free online video series this week to inspire you to eat within our local food system.

Travis Goodman and Chas Marsh of JH Still works show you how to make cocktails from fresh ingredients in the final installment of the Six Weeks of Slow Food free video series. Photo: Jackson Hole Still Works

This week, follow along as local craft distillers Travis Goodman and Chas Marsh of Jackson Hole Still Works mix up a variety of farm-fresh, local ingredients into a tasty seasonal adventure called “Down the Rabbit Hole!”

Now more than ever is a critical time to build a stronger, healthier and more resilient food system. One way you can help is by watching these videos!

If you support the work of Slow Food in the Tetons, please remember to donate through Old Bill’s Fun Run.

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